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Are you getting enough sleep? My ex-wife did something similar- I now regard it as a form of torture.

As to her health, what may be happening is that she may have too much cortisol. We need it higher in the morning to wake up, and low at night so we can sleep. A fight would initially push cortisol and adrenalin up, but once the fight is over there'd be a clearance, especially due to the adrenalin, that I imagine could drop her cortisol to the point where she can get to sleep. If she likes licorice, she could try a licorice tea at night, which supposedly helps reduce cortisol. Some properly timed intense exercise might do the trick too. This is a guess. I am not a doctor. You both need your sleep, though.

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